How Can The Average Filipino Help Improve the Philippines?

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<quoted text>Pretty sad, that no one has been able to learn, from their example, isn't it?
Filipinos tend to have adopted more of the bad traits rather than the good traits. The corrupt methods of the Chinese and Spanish is one example. Many good Chinese and Spanish traits would've done the Philippines a lot of good but it seems that it is not the case as the country shows the flaws of other cultures.

Filipinos have been guided for centuries by other nationalities such as the Chinese, Spanish, Americans and more recently, the Korean business owners. Being followers instead of leaders has been an habitual trait of Filipinos as it displays everywhere in the Philippines and other countries where Filipinos are present.

Hopefully this will be changed as the education system improves and expand the middle class.
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Aug 5, 2012
 
AussiPino....Don't know if your checking out the Olympics, but do yourself a favor and see the female volleyball team, from Turkey.....instant WOODIE.....lol....i still think of the movie, Midnight Express, and getting your feet beat, everytime i think of Turkey, but now i'm thinking, it may be worth it...lol...

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AussiPino....Don't know if your checking out the Olympics, but do yourself a favor and see the female volleyball team, from Turkey.....instant WOODIE.....lol....i still think of the movie, Midnight Express, and getting your feet beat, everytime i think of Turkey, but now i'm thinking, it may be worth it...lol...
There are many hot Turkish women here in Australia and I will check the female volleyball team out. Their beauty pageants are so fine talaga.
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Aug 5, 2012
 
Idiotsaredamb wrote:
<quoted text> Actuaqlly those chinese in canada are not only white collars but whiten all the way to their heads that's what's cooks wear.
yeah whatever... APE

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Canadians of Chinese origin make up a high proportion of all Canadians employed in scientific and technical occupations. In 2001, people who reported Chinese origin made up 3% of all workers, while they represented 7% of people employed in the natural and applied sciences. People of Chinese origin also represent a relatively high proportion of those employed in business, financial and administrative positions, as well as in manufacturing. At the same time, their representation in other occupational groups such as health and education was proportionately lower.

Canadians of Chinese origin are also about as likely as those in the overall workforce to be self-employed with an incorporated business. In 2001, people of Chinese, who represented 3% of the total Canadian workforce, made up 4% of self-employed people who owned an incorporated business.

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Canadians of Filipino origin are generally more likely to be employed than their counterparts in the rest of the population. In 2001, 72% of labour force participants of Filipino origin were employed, compared with a national figure of 62%.

In both the Filipino and overall populations, men are more likely than women to be employed outside the home. In 2001, 73% of male labour force participants of Filipino origin were part of the paid workforce, compared with 70% of their female counterparts. The gap between the employment rates of men and women of Filipino origin, though, was much smaller than that in the overall labour force. In the overall population, for example, 67% of men versus 56% of women were employed outside the home.

Canadians of Filipino origin make up a high proportion of all those employed in both health occupations and in manufacturing. In 2001, people who reported Filipino origin made up about 1% of all workers, but represented 2% of people employed in health occupations and in manufacturing.

In contrast, their representation was disproportionately low among those holding management positions, as well as among those employed in education, government and the social sciences.
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Aug 5, 2012
 
RESISTANCE IS FUTILE wrote:
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yeah whatever... APE
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More likely to work in scientific and technical fields
Canadians of Chinese origin make up a high proportion of all Canadians employed in scientific and technical occupations. In 2001, people who reported Chinese origin made up 3% of all workers, while they represented 7% of people employed in the natural and applied sciences. People of Chinese origin also represent a relatively high proportion of those employed in business, financial and administrative positions, as well as in manufacturing. At the same time, their representation in other occupational groups such as health and education was proportionately lower.
Canadians of Chinese origin are also about as likely as those in the overall workforce to be self-employed with an incorporated business. In 2001, people of Chinese, who represented 3% of the total Canadian workforce, made up 4% of self-employed people who owned an incorporated business.
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Canadians of Filipino origin are generally more likely to be employed than their counterparts in the rest of the population. In 2001, 72% of labour force participants of Filipino origin were employed, compared with a national figure of 62%.
In both the Filipino and overall populations, men are more likely than women to be employed outside the home. In 2001, 73% of male labour force participants of Filipino origin were part of the paid workforce, compared with 70% of their female counterparts. The gap between the employment rates of men and women of Filipino origin, though, was much smaller than that in the overall labour force. In the overall population, for example, 67% of men versus 56% of women were employed outside the home.
Canadians of Filipino origin make up a high proportion of all those employed in both health occupations and in manufacturing. In 2001, people who reported Filipino origin made up about 1% of all workers, but represented 2% of people employed in health occupations and in manufacturing.
In contrast, their representation was disproportionately low among those holding management positions, as well as among those employed in education, government and the social sciences.
So what kind of scientific discovery has the chinks have to show for? Scifi theatric? hahahahahhh!
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<quoted text> So what kind of scientific discovery has the chinks have to show for? Scifi theatric? hahahahahhh!
He doesn't need scientific discoveries to show these facts dummy. The majority of Filipinos in America and Canada are more Blue Collar than White Collar.

"Chinks" have proven to be quite diligent with their education and professional careers whereas Filipinos tend to be content with being menial workers. Also the "Chinks" have proven to be good business owners whereas Filipinos are most likely are their supplier delivery boys.

Moron, why do you hate yourself? You have a bit of chink in ya but you seem to have animosity towards that bit of your heritage. Outcast of that group are ya? Hmmmmmmmmm?
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Aug 6, 2012
 
Im Filipino Man wrote:
If I became the mayor of Cebu I have the answer to your question!!
You may also be an idiot.
Cebu is an island province. It has a governor who happens to be a sweet looking chick.
Maybe you are referring to Cebu City.

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Aug 6, 2012
 
Philippine Slim wrote:
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You may also be an idiot.
Cebu is an island province. It has a governor who happens to be a sweet looking chick.
Maybe you are referring to Cebu City.
Maybe all Cebuanos are idiots, elect her governor because her daddy Pablo was governor before. Same old family dynasty politics which is why The Philippines is at the bottom of the Asian ladder. Sweet looking chick hahahahahaha, I admit she aint bad for her age but she is 57 hardly a chick. Then again she can afford the best cosmetics with YOUR money LOL!! Come on Philippines I love the people and the country just get your act together please.
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#112
Aug 6, 2012
 
Wonder if China would'nt be doing better, if so many of their little girly men, did'nt run to hide in Canada?
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Aug 6, 2012
 
idiotsaredumb wrote:
<quoted text> So what kind of scientific discovery has the chinks have to show for? Scifi theatric? hahahahahhh!
Can't admit that your own kind is not as academic and affluent as the Chinese? You pathetic little Indio. Instead of learning from them, you just continue to hate them due to petty jealousy. Nagseselos ka lang kasi ang mga Tsinoy ay mas mabuti para sa professions at mga small businesses. You don't need to be a little shit just because of this. Be a good boy.

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Aug 7, 2012
 
RESISTANCE IS FUTILE wrote:
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More likely to work in scientific and technical fields
Canadians of Chinese origin make up a high proportion of all Canadians employed in scientific and technical occupations. In 2001, people who reported Chinese origin made up 3% of all workers, while they represented 7% of people employed in the natural and applied sciences. People of Chinese origin also represent a relatively high proportion of those employed in business, financial and administrative positions, as well as in manufacturing. At the same time, their representation in other occupational groups such as health and education was proportionately lower.
Canadians of Chinese origin are also about as likely as those in the overall workforce to be self-employed with an incorporated business. In 2001, people of Chinese, who represented 3% of the total Canadian workforce, made up 4% of self-employed people who owned an incorporated business.
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Canadians of Filipino origin are generally more likely to be employed than their counterparts in the rest of the population. In 2001, 72% of labour force participants of Filipino origin were employed, compared with a national figure of 62%.
In both the Filipino and overall populations, men are more likely than women to be employed outside the home. In 2001, 73% of male labour force participants of Filipino origin were part of the paid workforce, compared with 70% of their female counterparts. The gap between the employment rates of men and women of Filipino origin, though, was much smaller than that in the overall labour force. In the overall population, for example, 67% of men versus 56% of women were employed outside the home.
Canadians of Filipino origin make up a high proportion of all those employed in both health occupations and in manufacturing. In 2001, people who reported Filipino origin made up about 1% of all workers, but represented 2% of people employed in health occupations and in manufacturing.
In contrast, their representation was disproportionately low among those holding management positions, as well as among those employed in education, government and the social sciences.
This is fairly similar to Australia. The Chinese are very-well represented in self-employment and running their own businesses as well as being employed in the education, government and the professions such as medicine and science. Filipinos tend to be more Blue-Collar where many are employed in the nursing and age care work, manufacturing, menial work and retail.

The reason why Filipinos in Australia have one of highest rates of incomes per capita is because they tend to have 2 or 3 jobs with the pressure of their relatives back in the Philippines to send remittances. This is not a very good way to help the Philippines or for themselves here in Australia as this reinforces the dependancy culture. Filipinos in general need to make bigger steps forward to work their way up into the professions more and make their relatives in the Philippines stop scabbing of them.
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Aug 10, 2012
 
idiotsaredumb wrote:
<quoted text> So what kind of scientific discovery has the chinks have to show for? Scifi theatric? hahahahahhh!
Nation Promotes Scientific Innovation

Almost 100 major scientific and technological breakthroughs have been achieved in China over the past five years, a top official announced in Beijing on Wednesday.

Ninety-seven key scientific and technological achievements in 11 fields have pushed forward industrial development and improved people's living standards, said Deng Nan, vice-minister of science and technology, on Wednesday.

Leading officials from 11 national industrial societies, including the Chinese Mechanical Engineering Society, the Chinese Medical Association and the China Water Conservancy Society, elaborated on the major technological breakthroughs achieved during the Ninth Five-Year Plan (1996-2000) period.

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New cancer treatment uses heavy ion beams to kill deep-seated tumours

Saturday, October 25, 2008 2:51:04 AM by ANI ( Leave a comment )
New Delhi, Oct 25 (ANI): Chinese nuclear physicists have developed a new treatment for cancer that uses heavy ion beams to kill malignant tumours more than 2.1 cm below the skiníís surface.
Zhan Wenlong, the leading nuclear physicist in the country, has claimed that heavy ion beams score over light ion beams, such as gamma rays and X-rays used in traditional radiotherapies.

High ion beams can accurately moderate the amount of radiation and minimize the damage done to healthy cells, reports China Daily.
He further said that the new treatment uses stronger heavy ion beams that reach a maximum of 400 mega electron volts (MeV), and can travel further into the human body to kill deeper tumours.
One of the key roles in generating the beams has been played by the Cooler Storage Ring, which is a 300 million yuan project by the Heavy Ion Research Facility (HIRF) in Lanzhou, the capital of the northwestern Gansu province.

Zhan said that the amount of ions in heavy ion beam treatment sky rocket when they get to the deep tumors, and become strong enough to kill tumor cells and better protect healthy cells along the way.
On the contrary, in traditional light ion beam treatment, the amount of ions diminishes the further it travels,

The researchers at the Institute of Modern Physics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences have produced a broad spectrum of heavy ion beams, which range from 80 to 400 MeV and can treat both shallow and deep-seated tumors.

Zhan also said that scientists are now optimizing the system software to open new doors for massive clinical testing in the near future.

According to HIRF Director Yue Haikui, the method had been used on 85 cancer patients by the end of 2006, with satisfactory results.
The researchers will continue monitoring the patients to probe the effect of the treatment.(ANI)

http://news.oneindia.in/2008/10/25/cancer-tre...
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Aug 10, 2012
 
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This is fairly similar to Australia. The Chinese are very-well represented in self-employment and running their own businesses as well as being employed in the education, government and the professions such as medicine and science. Filipinos tend to be more Blue-Collar where many are employed in the nursing and age care work, manufacturing, menial work and retail.
The reason why Filipinos in Australia have one of highest rates of incomes per capita is because they tend to have 2 or 3 jobs with the pressure of their relatives back in the Philippines to send remittances. This is not a very good way to help the Philippines or for themselves here in Australia as this reinforces the dependancy culture. Filipinos in general need to make bigger steps forward to work their way up into the professions more and make their relatives in the Philippines stop scabbing of them.
Filipinos around the world should just stop sending money back to the Philippines...and let the lazy beggars there starve to death...

then just go back to repopulate the Philippines...

I can understand sending a little money back to help family...

but you have to take care of yourself first... imagine working yourself until you get sick... without health insurance you are sheit of of luck...

when you have to work 2 or 3 jobs to support everyone down to 5th cousins...a line needs to be drawn...

OFW money coming in should be looked as bonus money... and money for kids education...

not your only means of survival

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Aug 10, 2012
 
Philippine Slim wrote:
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You may also be an idiot.
Cebu is an island province. It has a governor who happens to be a sweet looking chick.
Maybe you are referring to Cebu City.
Hasn't she just been suspended for a land deal that is against the interests of the Philippines?????

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Aug 10, 2012
 
RESISTANCE IS FUTILE wrote:
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Filipinos around the world should just stop sending money back to the Philippines...and let the lazy beggars there starve to death...
then just go back to repopulate the Philippines...
I can understand sending a little money back to help family...
but you have to take care of yourself first... imagine working yourself until you get sick... without health insurance you are sheit of of luck...
when you have to work 2 or 3 jobs to support everyone down to 5th cousins...a line needs to be drawn...
OFW money coming in should be looked as bonus money... and money for kids education...
not your only means of survival
I can understand Filipinos taking advantage of foreigners as they think we are rich but abusing their own family shows their true colours and it is not a trait to be proud of. They think they are clever by getting someone else to support them but eventually the "chickens will come home to roost".
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RESISTANCE IS FUTILE wrote:
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Nation Promotes Scientific Innovation
Almost 100 major scientific and technological breakthroughs have been achieved in China over the past five years, a top official announced in Beijing on Wednesday.
Ninety-seven key scientific and technological achievements in 11 fields have pushed forward industrial development and improved people's living standards, said Deng Nan, vice-minister of science and technology, on Wednesday.
Leading officials from 11 national industrial societies, including the Chinese Mechanical Engineering Society, the Chinese Medical Association and the China Water Conservancy Society, elaborated on the major technological breakthroughs achieved during the Ninth Five-Year Plan (1996-2000) period.
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New cancer treatment uses heavy ion beams to kill deep-seated tumours
Saturday, October 25, 2008 2:51:04 AM by ANI ( Leave a comment )
New Delhi, Oct 25 (ANI): Chinese nuclear physicists have developed a new treatment for cancer that uses heavy ion beams to kill malignant tumours more than 2.1 cm below the skiníís surface.
Zhan Wenlong, the leading nuclear physicist in the country, has claimed that heavy ion beams score over light ion beams, such as gamma rays and X-rays used in traditional radiotherapies.
High ion beams can accurately moderate the amount of radiation and minimize the damage done to healthy cells, reports China Daily.
He further said that the new treatment uses stronger heavy ion beams that reach a maximum of 400 mega electron volts (MeV), and can travel further into the human body to kill deeper tumours.
One of the key roles in generating the beams has been played by the Cooler Storage Ring, which is a 300 million yuan project by the Heavy Ion Research Facility (HIRF) in Lanzhou, the capital of the northwestern Gansu province.
Zhan said that the amount of ions in heavy ion beam treatment sky rocket when they get to the deep tumors, and become strong enough to kill tumor cells and better protect healthy cells along the way.
On the contrary, in traditional light ion beam treatment, the amount of ions diminishes the further it travels,
The researchers at the Institute of Modern Physics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences have produced a broad spectrum of heavy ion beams, which range from 80 to 400 MeV and can treat both shallow and deep-seated tumors.
Zhan also said that scientists are now optimizing the system software to open new doors for massive clinical testing in the near future.
According to HIRF Director Yue Haikui, the method had been used on 85 cancer patients by the end of 2006, with satisfactory results.
The researchers will continue monitoring the patients to probe the effect of the treatment.(ANI)
http://news.oneindia.in/2008/10/25/cancer-tre...
Thanks for that. I greatly appreciate you for putting me in my place. I always try to deny that we Filipinos are beneath you Chinese. It's just that I had a really bad experience with my former Chinese clients at my All-Gay Male Massage Parlor. They used to do me, four guys ramming my ass simultaneously and I bled for hours. I had to go to the hospital to get my asshole tightened.

Doctors laughed and they thought of me as damb idiot.

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RESISTANCE IS FUTILE wrote:
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Filipinos around the world should just stop sending money back to the Philippines...and let the lazy beggars there starve to death...
then just go back to repopulate the Philippines...
I can understand sending a little money back to help family...
but you have to take care of yourself first... imagine working yourself until you get sick... without health insurance you are sheit of of luck...
when you have to work 2 or 3 jobs to support everyone down to 5th cousins...a line needs to be drawn...
OFW money coming in should be looked as bonus money... and money for kids education...
not your only means of survival
I agree that Filipinos around the world should stop sending too much money back to their relatives in the Philippines. Only send money for the children's education, and basic living expenses. But the relative in the Philippines must know that they gotta stand on their own two feet to support themselves and not leech on their family members living overseas.

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